The COVID-19 pandemic will have a grave impact on companies of all
types and sizes across the UK. It is projected that in the manufacturing
sector alone that up to 90% of companies could experience significant
Leisure & Hospitality, Travel and Retail also face an existential threat. Those that have battled and survived the first wave, may not be so lucky should a second spike hit.
As a result businesses now find themselves in a fight for survival. In the most challenging economic times seen in our lifetime, it has become imperative to develop a strategy for reducing business costs and optimising efficiency in order to survive.
Fortunately, there is a solution to cutting costs without inhibiting your company’s performance via Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). In normal times, outsourcing may not be on everyone’s radar but right now it could be a salvation for many businesses.
Lemon, a leading 24/7 Outsource Partner are the perfect business outsourcing partner with a service built on quality and trust. With a 24/7 in-house contact centre, Lemon are able to assist in the outsourcing of non-core business activities or call centre services. Companies can save thousands in operational and capital expenditure, whilst simplifying their operational model, leading to greater efficiencies and a higher quality output.
Companies can save thousands in operational and capital expenditure
In such unprecedented times, quite often, the bolder the action, the
greater the reward. As the financial crisis of 2008/2009 has shown,
companies that deployed sustainable cost reduction programs
significantly outperformed the competition. In fact, they emerged as
strong and profitable winners.
We get that some businesses will be sceptical and unsure of taking such action. It is for this reason that Lemon are UKAS certified for ISO9001 and ISO27001, to give assurance of the quality of the service and that client data is always safe and secure. We also work towards ISO22301 standards for business continuity, so the service will always be there, even in the event of a second COVID-19 spike!